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What was the fuel of the Industrial Revolution?
a) Intelligent people
b) Coal
c) Radium
d) Petroleum

Which of the following was not a reform of Napoleon?
a) Establishment of Public Schools
b) Price Controls
c) The Ability to Question the Leader
d) Construction of Roads

What is the idea that you could use science to make life better called?
a) Enlightenment
b) Industrial Revolution
c) Political Revolution
d) Blind Revolution Mad

What is a systematic way of performing experiments?
a) Randomization
b) Scientific Revolution
c) Enlightenment
d) Scientific Method

Which of the following was not an area of life affected by the Enlightenment?
a) Government
b) Politics
c) Religion
d) Baseball

Who was a challenge Napoleon's attempt to create an empire in Europe?
a) Great Britain
b) Japan
c) Belgium
d) Germany

Who was a supporter of Divine Right of Kings?
a) John Locke
b) Thomas Hobbes
c) Ben Franklin
d) Thomas Jefferson

Which of the following was a key discovery during the Scientific Revolution?
a) That the Earth was round
b) Splitting of the Atom
c) Discovery of tiny microorganisms
d) Haley's Comet

Which of the following countries made the most profound statement about protection of rights?
a) United States
b) France
c) England
d) Germany

What ill-advised invasion signaled the end for Napoleon?
a) Belgium
b) Japan
c) Russia
d) United States

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